Rebecca Lalonde

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Rebecca Lalonde, M.Ed., Registered Psychologist

Favourite Books:
“The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom” – Don Miguel Ruiz

Favourite Quote:
“You’ve got to learn to leave the table when love’s no longer being served.”

Rebecca is one of our psychologists at PPC. She has held positions in the helping profession since 2011. Since becoming a Registered Psychologist in 2016, Rebecca has continued her work with a diverse range of clients with a focus on evidence-based practices. She currently works in the healthcare field in Saskatoon, supporting young children and adults. At PPC, Rebecca makes use of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy techniques, as well as solution-focused approaches to empower her clients to reach their goals. Those who know Rebecca describe her as informed, supportive, and down-to-earth. Together with her clients, a thoughtful space is created where people can be open and honest in their pursuit of better mental health.

Areas of Interest:
Adults (18+)
Anxiety
Depression
Family Relationships
Mindfulness-based Interventions
Motivation
Personal Relationships
Self Esteem
Self Improvement
Stress Management
Work-life Balance

Professional Experience:
Registered Psychologist – Saskatchewan Health Authority (2016-Present)
Group Counsellor – Family Service Saskatoon “Anger and Parenting” (2016)
Elementary School Counsellor – Greater Saskatoon Catholic School Division (2016)

Augmented Experience:
Learning Strategist – Access and Equity Services (Formerly: Disability Services for
Students U of S, (2014-2016)
Youth Support Worker – Egadz Saskatoon (2014)
Clinical Research Coordinator – University of Saskatchewan (2011 – 2013)

Memberships:
Canadian Psychological Association (2016 – Present) – Member

Saskatchewan College of Psychologists (2016 – Present) – Full Practice Member, Authorized Practice Endorsement

Training and Certifications:

Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule – Second Edition November 2018
– ASERT Clinical Training (20 hours) (University of Calgary) Modules 1-4 Toddler Module

Infant Mental Health Training Modules 1-16 (2017-2018)
– Topics: Attachment, Common Childhood Disorders, Early Adversity, Temperament, Development, Resilience, Emotional Regulation, Stress, Epigenetics, Domestic Violence, Trauma, Loss, Parenting, Co-Parenting

Institute for Applied Behavioural Analysis (2016)
– Comprehensive Functional Assessment

Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) (2015)
– 2 Day Program (15 hours)